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  • Smith, Jane Browning (1805–95), author and Pen’s drawing instructor.
  • Smith, John Pye (1774–1851), Congregational minister.
  • Smith, Mary Ann (née Clarke, 1797–1862), dau. of theologian Adam Clarke. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Smith, Sydney (1771–1845), author and wit.
  • Smith, Thomas Southwood (1788–1861), Unitarian minister and physician.
  • Smyth, Anne Carmichael- (née Becher, formerly Thackeray, 1792–1864), mother of William Makepeace Thackeray. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Smyth, Gertrude (née FitzPatrick, 1831–1912), eldest dau. of John Wilson FitzPatrick, later (1869), 1st Baron Castletown. She married (1862) Edward Skeffington Randal Smyth (1831–97).
  • Socrates (d. 399 B.C.), Greek philosopher.
  • Somers, Countess, see Cocks, Margaret.
  • Somers, Lord, see Cocks, John Somers (1760–1841).
  • Somerville, Mary (née Fairfax, formerly Greig, 1780–1872), science writer and mathematics expositor. In AB-4.
  • Sophocles (d. 406 B.C.), Greek playwright.
  • Soulié, Frédéric (1800–47), French novelist.
  • Southey, Caroline Anne (née Bowles, 1786–1854), poet and writer.
  • Southey, Robert (1774–1843), poet and reviewer.
  • Spenser, Edmund (1552?–99), poet and administrator in Ireland.
  • Spicer, Henry (1812–91), dramatist and poet. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Spring, Marcus (1810–74), American friend of Margaret Fuller.
  • St. John, Isabella Charlotte Antoinette Sophia (née Hompesch, d. 1848, aged 76), Baroness Hompesch and Viscountess Bolingbroke.
  • Staël, Anne Louise Germaine de (née Necker, 1766–1817), writer and salon leader.
  • Stampe, George (1836–1918), of Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire, commercial traveller, and autograph collector.
  • Stanhope, Philip Henry (1781–1855), 4th Earl Stanhope, politician. In AB-5, AB-6.
  • Stansfeld, Ellen (1780–1861), correspondent.
  • Steers, Frances (1797–1860), artist.
  • Stendhal, see Beyle, Marie-Henri.

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